Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD lens leaked online


In addition to the 24-70mm f/2.8 DI VC USD G2, Tamron will also announce a new 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD lens.

The price of the old Tamron 16-300mm lens is currently $130 off.

Here are a few more additional pictures:



Via Nokishita

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  • TinusVerdino

    The only lens you’ll ever need :p

  • WillWeaverRVA

    18-*400*? That might actually be worth buying.

  • Mustafa Yapıcı

    No please no! Stop doing useless lenses and please make a 135 f/2 with an IS!!!

    • Definitely useless. All those F/6.3 lenses are so dim and practically at the limit where AF works. I think we are missing some telephoto lenses with brighter aperture by most companies. The Sigma 100-300mm F/4 – now discontinued – was just awesome for long reach.

      • Jeffry De Meyer

        This is a lens a casual photographer gets when he buys a “good camera” and wants something that zooms really good.

        This thing has a 21x zoom and image stabilisation.
        It will sell really well, be put on many cameras in the store be taken on the holiday 1 time and will be left in the cupboard after that with the camera.
        Maybe see the light of day at Christmas but be put back when the owner notices the batery is empty.

        Anyway, great item consumers demand and stores and their staff love because it is an easy commission that hardly sees return.

    • Wesley

      Just because it’s useless to you doesn’t mean it’s useless.

      • Mustafa Yapıcı

        Yes I’ve been to that times when you think you need just 1 lens to cover the whole milimeters. Now when I look back and see how horrible this lenses are.and also USELESS… Just a trap for the customers who does not know what to do at the beginning…

        • Wesley

          Nope. This lens is useful for a variety of users that either don’t want to carry multiple lenses and/or can’t carry the heavier counterparts that are much better optically (think of older folks). Open your mind and free your soul of the burdens of all-in-one zooms.

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